I am using the latest version of JOSM. After pressing B and entering two nodes JOSM generates a circle and not a rectangle. What is wrong?

asked 24 Jan, 06:15

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You probably typed [ALT]+Z by mistake.

The building tool has several modes, one of which is aimed at circular buildings.

[CTRL]+[ALT]+B will open the preferences panel to switch back to rectangle mode. Alternatively you can use [ALT]+R or the corresponding item in the Data menu.

More information is available on the wiki.

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answered 24 Jan, 08:34

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Thank you. I have never used CTRL+ALT+B before. O and B were sufficient for me.

(24 Jan, 08:49) dcp

The 'auto-select building' preference is quite useful from more complex outlines as it allow multiple building sections to be drawn quickly with the same orientation.

(25 Jan, 18:13) InsertUser
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